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|"Love love love Jade Waters!"||(in 8 reviews)|
|"Location and staff were great"||(in 26 reviews)|
|"The water park was the best part!"||(in 11 reviews)|
|"Lazy river park was closed ?"||(in 4 reviews)|
|"Some maintenance needed in room"||(in 18 reviews)|
|"Th room with view of peppermint park."||(in 18 reviews)|
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Loved the pools, and facilities. Rooms are nice and clean
There were a lot of hidden charges and the staff was a little disorganized.
Big facility with things to do.
Basketball court was closed at 8pm. Rooms were dated
The rooms were spacious and clean and the staff was very friendly. It was very easy to check in and out. The parking was very easy, and I was able to park close to the entrance.
The parking was very expensive. Normally I pay nothing to park at other hotels, but I have paid up to $15 for parking a day. ($3 Anatole was $22 a day and the parking lot was almost empty.
TV kept loosing signal, staff question were not concrete and contradicted each other. The climate control wasn't working. Along with the facilities feeling humid n hot. Very uncomfortable especially with the weather of above 104.
Hilton Anatole is situated just north of downtown Dallas. The hotel covers 45 acres and is in the beautiful Design District. Here, visitors are just minutes away from some of the city's best art galleries, museums, and restaurants. Nearby standouts include Trinity Groves, The American Airlines Center, Crow Museum of Asian Art and the Dallas Cowboys Stadium. If guests want to explore the city a bit more, Hilton Anatole is just five minutes from the Downtown and Uptown neighborhoods, each with their own personality and attractions.
On-site, there are plenty of reasons to stay around the hotel. Hilton Anatole's premier attraction is the Jadewaters Resort Pool. This miniature aquatic park features a lazy river, a leisure pool, a kid's splash zone, luxury cabanas for the adults and two 180-foot slides. Inside, there is the Verandah Club and Spa, which offers massages and a sauna experience.
Visitors will eventually get hungry, and while there are plenty of great options in Dallas, Hilton Anatole has some excellent restaurants right on the property. The most popular is SÄ’R, an authentic Dallas steakhouse. The restaurant sits at the top of the hotel and offers a breathtaking view of the city's skyline. The menu is filled with delicious Texas steaks along with pork chops, seafood, and hand-crafted specialty cocktails. Other dining options include Terrace open-air cafe, Media Grill + Bar, Gossip Bar, and Counter Offer, the quick service bakery with sandwiches and other to-go items.
Since Hilton Anatole is located next to the Dallas Design District, the hotel has formed its own art collection with over 1,000 individual pieces available for viewing. For business travelers, the hotel also features 600,000 sq ft of event space and meeting rooms.
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Most popular landmarks
- American Airlines Center 1.2 mi
- Perot Museum of Nature and Science 1.5 mi
- Klyde Warren Park 1.7 mi
- Dallas World Aquarium 1.8 mi
- Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza 1.8 mi
- Dallas Museum of Art 1.8 mi